Susan Gallion

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Susan Gallion

District Rio
Term Start 1994
Term End 2000
Succeeded by Mary Rodriguez

Biographical Information

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Susan Gallion served on the Albemarle County School Board representing the Rio district from 1994 to 2000. After having been appointed by Supervisor David P. Bowerman, Gallion ran for reelection in 2007 after the county switched to an elected School Board. [1]She announced her resignation in October 2000 because she was relocating to Greenville, South Carolina.

1997 election

Gallion was elected to the School Board as a Republican from the Rio district. On election day, Gallion was 35 years old.[2] She is believed to be the youngest person ever elected to the Albemarle County School Board.[citation needed]

Candidate Votes %
Susan Gallion 2,334
Lindsay DuPratt Johnson 598

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Notes

  1. Savodnik, Peter. "School Board Member to Resign." Daily Progress [Charlottesville] 27 Oct. 2000: B1-B2. Print.
  2. Print: Meals tax narrowly passes in Albemarle, Sanminiatelli, Maria, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 5 Nov. 1997, Page A1+.
  3. Print: Unofficial election results, {{{author}}}, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 5 Nov. 1997, Page B3.